The City of San Francisco has barred its employees from traveling to South Dakota, reports KOTA News. The decision follows the passage of legislation which allows faith-based organizations to not place children with same-sex or unmarried couples.
Employees of the City of San Francisco will not be allowed to travel to South Dakota on state or city-sponsored business. The city will also not be able to contract with South Dakota businesses. San Francisco has a city ordinance which blocks travel to states that discriminate against LGBT individuals.
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